Weston is a rustic town of extensive fields, ponds, riverside vistas and generously wooded forests.
Its natural brilliance, coupled with easy commutes to urban centers, a solid school system and exceptional recreational offerings, makes Weston a great spot for family life.
Residents watchfully preserve the beauty of Weston. The town adopted a master plan approximately 35 years ago to protect huge areas of land from expansion and to establish bare minimum lot sizes. As a result, the striking homes of Weston are set on spacious lots and surrounded by natural splendor. Residences include traditional colonials, delightful farmhouses and sleek contemporary designs.
The charming terrain also lends itself to outdoor and sporting enjoyment. The 1,746-acre Devil's Den nature preserve features hiking trails that wander through the woods, picnic areas and a beautiful pond.
The town recreation department provides activities for all ages, including ski trips, indoor swimming, athletic programs and innovative camps. Water sports are accessible at the town-swimming pond and at the beaches of nearby Westport. Equestrian fun is provided by a riding academy. Numerous private clubs provide skeet and trap shooting as well as indoor and outdoor tennis courts and golf courses.
|Population Growth (since 2010)||0.26 %|
|Population Density (people / sq. mile)||515.4|
|Household Size (people)||3.01|
|Households w/ Children||51.49 %|
|Annual Residential Turnover||6.68 %|
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WESTON INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL
HURLBUTT ELEMENTARY SCHOOL
WESTON MIDDLE SCHOOL
WESTON HIGH SCHOOL
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